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Indigenous Women’s Pop-Up Market Draws Steady Long-Weekend Foot Traffic In Moncton – Huddle.Today

by ahnationtalk on May 26, 202223 Views

“We wanted to travel around the province and this was our next stop,” said Natasha Martin-Mitchell, development officer for indigenous women entrepreneurs.

Martin-Mitchell said the first event was held at the Fredericton Inn in March.

She said another pop-up shop is planned for Bathurst in September–and another in Edmundston, in December.

The pop-up shop events are an in-person extension of Nujintuisga’tijig E’pijig, a sales platform initiative for products made by Indigenous women, launched by Women in Business New Brunswick.

Martin-Mitchell expressed relief to finally be able to start hosting in-person events again, coming off a long couple of years of pandemic-related restrictions.

Read More: https://huddle.today/2022/05/26/indigenous-womens-pop-up-market-draws-steady-long-weekend-foot-traffic/

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